Department of Surgery
The department provides specialized services like diagnosis and therapeutic gastro-intestinal endoscopy; laproscopic surgery; and endourology for treatment of urinary calculus, urinary bladder tumors, and prostratic disease. The department has contributed in WHO project for development of ‘A Teaching Module on Prevention and Control of Injury for Undergraduate Medical Education Curriculum’. The department activity participates in National Family Welfare Programme for non-scalpel vasectomy (NSV) operations.

A regular surgical skill training programme -Suture Practicum - is conducted for all the batches of interns posted in the department.

The department has a large number of publications in reputed national and international journals.

Clinical Material

Department of Surgery provides management of both emergency and elective cases.

Emergency cases include trauma, burn and surgical emergencies like perforation peritonitis, acute appendicitis, intestinal obstruction, gastrointestinal bleed, soft tissue infection, abscess, acute abdomen (panctreatitis, cholecytitis, etc.).

Elective cases include-

(i) Minimal Access Surgery-Cholelithiasis, inguinal hernia, appendicitis
Gastrointestinal surgery-Esophageal stricture, peptic ulcer disease, cholelithiasis, pseudocyst
of pancreas, splenic abscess, hypersplenism, chronic pancreatitis, inflammatory bowel
diseases, rectal prolapse, anal fissure, perianal fistula.
(iii) Urological procedures-Renal stones, ureteric stones, bladder stone, PUJ obstruction,
  uretheral stricture, benign hyperplasia of prostate.
(iv) Vascular surgery-Varicose vein, peripheral arterial diseases
(v) Oncological surgery-Carcinoma breast including reconstructive procedure, GI malignancy,
  urological malignancy, soft tissue sarcoma, oral carcinoma.
(vi) Endocrine surgery-Goiter, carcinoma thyroid, parathyroid adenoma, Cushing syndrome,
  pheochromocytoma, adrenal adenoma
(vii) Pediatric surgery-Congenital hernia, hydrocele, undescended testis, phimosis
(viii) Thoracic surgery-Malignant pleural effusion, tuberculosis

Department also provides services of upper GI and lower GI endoscopy, uroflowmetery and urodynamic study.


Teaching Staff:

UCMS Cadre      
Dr. Sanjay Gupta Director Professor & Head Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Iqbal Singh Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. (Mrs.) Navneet Kaur Director Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Pankaj Kumar Garg Associate Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Ankur Garg Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Washim Firoz Khan Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Peeyush Kumar Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Sandeep Kumar Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Shailendra K Singh Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised

CHS Cadre      
Dr. Sunil Kumar Director Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Vivek Agrawal Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Amit Gupta Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised
Dr. Atul Kumar Nanda Assistant Professor Research Projects Thesis supervised

Non-Teaching Staff:

Mrs. Taruna Grover Stenographer    

Appointment of Teachers, if any, to Higher Posts / Assignment Outside

Dr. Kaur N
Assignment at BPKIHS, Dharan, Nepal.

Appointed Addl Prof  of Surgery at  B.P.K.I.H.S, Dharan , Nepal, (July 2005 – June 2006), (Deputation from GOI).

Dr. Singh I
Clinical Instructor (Fellow), Division of Surgical Sciences (Urology) at WFUMS and WFUBMS in North Carolina (USA).

Distinctions Achieved by the Members of the Teaching Staff Either at the National or International Level

A special grant of Rs. 50 lacs has been obtained from UGC for setting up of a Skill Laboratory.

Dr Agrawal V
Member of Academy of Medical Sciences, Oct 2006.

Dr Gupta A
Invited to deliver a guest lecture on “Splenic Injuries” during National CME programme in Surgery, MAMC, Delhi, Sep 2007.
Invited by National Board of Examinations, Delhi as Faculty in National CME programme for DNB students, St. Stephen’s Hospital, Delhi, Feb 2008.
Nominated as CONCILOR for the Academic Council for Emergency and trauma (ACET) at INDUS-ACET 2009, AIIMS, 28 Feb- 1 Mar 2009.

Dr. Joshi MK
Successfully completed ‘Instructor course’ of Advanced Trauma Life Support (American College of Surgeons), New Delhi, Sep 2009 and has been  designated as ‘Faculty’ in ongoing ATLS provider courses.

Dr Kaur N
Fellowship of IMSA, Jul 2007.
Awarded International cancer Technology Transfer fellowship ( ICRETT) of UICC 2003.
BSI Travel award 2007, for paper presentation at the 42nd World Congress of Surgery. ISW 2007, August 26, 2007- August 30, 2007 Montreal , Canada.

(PGDHHM) Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital & Healthcare Management Symbiosis Center of Healthcare  (SCHC) )  Pune , 2008.

FAIMER CMCL fellowship –( Foundation for advancement of International Medical Education and Research, USA & Christian medical college, Ludhiana India)  from 2008 -2010.

Member of Global cancer Control Community September 2007-2008.

Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences 2008.

Executive Member of association of Breast Surgeons of India ( ABSI) 2011.

 Invited speaker on “ curcumin in prevention and treatment of breast cancer” at the BIT Life Sciences 3rd World cancer congress 2010- Breast cancer conference, April 25-27, 2010 Shanghai, China.

Invited delegate at the “ Global Summit on International breast health” June 9-11, 2010 Chicago, USA hosted by BHGI ( Breast health Global Initiative).

Guest lecture on “ Oncoplastic and Reconstructive surgery of the breast” at theX International Surgical society of Surgeons of Nepal [ SSN], 25-27 Nov.2010 Kathmandu, Nepal.

Poster discussion presentation at the International Surgery week ISW 2011, Yokohama, Japan, August 28 – September 2, 2011 on “Information and rehabilitation needs of Indian breast cancer patients”.

Dr. Kumar S
Councilor to the Indo-US joint Emergency Academic Council for Indo-US Emergency Medicine Summit, AIIMS, New Delhi, 27 Sep to 1 Oct 2006.
Successfully completed Basic Life Support (BLS) and Basic Trauma Life Support (BTLS) training courses, conducted by the Indian Institute of Emergency Medical Services, New Delhi, 18, 21 and 22 Sep 2006.
2nd best paper Award for the ‘Dissectalgia following TEP- Result of Prospective Randomized Trial’ at Third AIIMS Surgical Week (ENDOSURG 2009) New Delhi, 13 - 15 Mar 2009.
Successfully completed ‘Instructor course’ of Advanced Trauma Life Support (American College of Surgeons), New Delhi, Sep 2009 and has been designated as ‘Faculty’ in ongoing ATLS provider courses.

Dr Singh I
Invited as Guest Faculty and Chairperson of a Session in the CME and Workshop-2007 entitled “Advances in Minimally Invasive Urology and Laser Surgery” organized by the Department of Urology, Army Hospital (Research and Referral), New Delhi, 1-2 Dec 2007.
Invited as a Panelist by Doordarshan TV (DD-1 Channel-Live Phone in programme) from 5-6 pm on the topic of problems of prostate awareness and BPH, 19 Apr 2007.
Head and Organizer for the PDAP Camp (Prostate Disease Awareness Program) held at UCMS and G.T.B. Hospital [Organized by the Urological Society of India, Indian Medical Association and Department of Surgery, UCMS & GTB Hospital] Coordinated by Delhi Urological Society and supported by the Bhagidari Scheme of the Government of NCT of Delhi, 14 Apr 2007.
Dr. Srivastava U K
Chairman, Board of Research Studies, Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Delhi for a period of two years (May 2005- May2007)

Seminars and Conferences Held in the Department of National/ International Significance

Teacher training workshop for implementation of WHO-SEARO teaching module on prevention and control of injuries for undergraduate medical curriculum, 12-13 Mar 2008.

Funded Research Projects:

Sl.No. Title of the Research Project Principal Investigator Funding Agency Years Amount (Rs.)
To implement the WHO-SEARO teaching module, on ‘Prevention and Control of Injuries’ for undergraduate medical curriculum at UCMS and LHMC.

Jain BK


  4.26 Lakhs
Controlled study of risk factors in patients with BPH and carcinoma prostrate
Gupta S IMRG, UCMS 2010 25000
New techniques in reconstructive surgery of the Breast at Department of Oncologic plastic surgery, European Institute of Oncology, Milan, Italy

Introduction to health care management principles in undergraduate training in medical schools.


List of Publications 2003 onwards:

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